Tennis Court Relining

Tennis Court Relining

When a tennis court is used heavily the line markings can become worn out and difficult to see, this is where a new lining application is needed to restore the original quality.

Reapplying Tennis Markings

Reapplying Tennis Markings

Once a new application of tennis line markings is installed, the overall playability of the surface will be improved, as well as giving the facility a new lease of life with a brightly coloured appearance.

Line Marking Repainting

Line Marking Repainting

Contrasting coloured paint can be applied to give the court surface different sets of line markings for individual sports if you would like to use the tennis facility as a multi use area with other activities.

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Relining Existing Tennis Courts

It is important that you carry out the process of relining existing tennis courts in regularly to ensure that the surface remains in good working order. Reline markings in all sports are extremely important and tennis is no exception, there is a fine line between winning and losing a point in tennis and it is important that your line-markings sport lines are bold and visible to ensure it's easy to distinguish what’s in and what’s out. In tennis there are a number of different lines including the baseline and tram lines for obvious reasons it's always recommended that line-markings are always in a contrasting colour to the court specialist surfacing colour.

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There are a wide range of polyurethane and acrylic paints available for tennis flooring line-markings, these include:

  • White – White relining is the most common colour for line-markings, these look great on all coloured surfaces including red, green and blue non slip painted surfaces.
  • Yellow – Yellow reline markings look great on blue courts whilst also looking good on red and green surfaces especially when there a number of colour used for lines like on MUGAs.
  • Red – Tennis courts would usually only have red reline markings when colours such as white are being used for other sports on multi use games areas or when the flooring colour is green or blue.
  • Blue – Sport facilities near me sometimes may opt for a red surface, blue relining marking sport lines can be used in this situation.

Sports Court Remarking

We will always complete a thorough tennis flooring clean prior to any new paint applications, this makes sure that your court is completely smooth and there will be a seamless finish. You can find out more about cleaning here - http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/maintenance/tennis-court-cleaning/ or speak to us to find out more. The surface colour and line marking sports lines colours can be installed to any design specification you may require whether it be a facility at a sport club, leisure centre, school, college, university or even you back garden. The design and specification is normally in accordance with accreditations set out by governing bodies such as ITF, SAPCA and LTA but some recreational and leisure.

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Reline Marking Tennis Court Surfacing Sports Lines

Along with making sure your surface has a flash coat applied to keep it looking its best and retaining its anti-slip qualities it's also important that specialist line-markings are kept looking prominent and bold to keep the court performing consistently to the highest level. It's especially vital to make certain line-markings are in good condition in high levels of competition, line-markings sport lines that stand out well allow match officials and referees to make correct decisions more easily and reduce the chance of a player dispute over the wrong decisions. Line-markings in poor conditions make in and out calls more difficult to make and can reduce the quality game play. It is vital venues such as nearby sport clubs and leisure centres should always make sure the courts are well kept meaning that the surfacing is looking its best and performing at its best, this involves keeping the required anti slip qualities and keeping line-marking in good condition. Failure to do so could mean losing bookings to competitors with superior surfaces.

Relining Services Near Me

Our relining services are often done as part of a complete tennis court refurbishment process http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/maintenance/tennis-court-refurbishment/ where the facility is thoroughly cleaned, repaired and repainted to give it a fresh new look and improved qualities. To find out more information on specialist relining marking please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to provide you with some friendly professional advice as well as budget prices and costs. We may offer you professional specialists line marking advice regarding the correct materials to use so that your facility meets the accreditations set out in the as ITF, SAPCA and LTA governing body guidelines.

How to Reline Sports Courts

We can offer relining services for local sports courts and general maintenance. The general steps which we follow are:

  1. Clean the surface and surrounding areas of the court thoroughly to ensure line-marking paint sticks to the surfacing and not any dirt or debris
  2. Apply moss and algae treatment
  3. Install line markings onto the sports court

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Our sport contractors closest to you can provide high quality relining services to improve the accuracy of scoring on sports courts. We may apply the line-markings and colour coating http://tenniscourtcontractors.co.uk/applications/tennis-court-colour-coating/ in a number of different colours depending on the clients individual requirements. 

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If you are interested in having your sport facility relined, we would love to tell you more about the different colours we can apply. As experts in relining existing tennis courts we can provide you with all the information you need; simply fill in the contact box and we will respond to you.



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